Advertise Here
Icon

Directory

IconActuaries
IconAssociations & Institutes
IconAuditors
IconBBBEE Consulting and Verification Agencies
IconBusiness Chambers
IconBusiness Process Management
IconBusiness Process Outsourcing
IconCall Centre Outsourcing & Sales
IconCompliance
IconConsumer Protection
IconCorporate Governance
IconCredit Bureaus
IconDebit Order Collection Facilities
IconEducation and Training
IconFAIS
IconHuman Resources
IconInformation Technology and Software Partners
IconLegal
IconLife Insurance Companies
IconLife Insurance Products
IconOmbud
IconOutbound Sales
IconPolicy Administration
IconPolicy Trading
IconPublications
IconRe-insurance Companies
IconRegulatory Authorities
IconSales and Sales Management
IconSocial Grants (Government)
IconSurveys and Research
IconTraining Courses & Workshops
IconWellness Programs
Advertise Here
  Subscribe To »

Directory

IconSOCIAL GRANTS (GOVERNMENT)

South African Social Security Agency (SASSA)

Visit company website »
Back to previous page »
Print this listing »

South Africa provides a wide variety of financial assistance to its needy citizens by way of cash grants, as a means of social assistance. Social assistance is an income transfer in the form of grants or financial award provided by government.

Since 01 April 2006, the responsibility for the management, administration and payment of social assistance grants was transferred to the South African Social Security Agency.
 
SASSA is a section 3A public entity and focused institution responsible to ensure that government pays the right grant, to the right person, at a location which is most convenient to that person.
 
Types of Grants:
  • Grant for Older Persons
  • Disability Grant
  • War Veteran's Grant
  • Child Grants; Foster Child Grant
  • Care Dependency Grant
  • Child Support Grant
  • Grant-in-aid
Please visit our website for more information.
Advertise Here
Advertise Here

From The Glossary »

Icon

General Equity Fund:

General Equity Funds are unit trusts with a medium risk profile invested in selected shares across all sectors of the JSE offering medium to long term investment growth. The JSE All Share Index serves as a benchmark for the performance of these funds.
More Definitions »

 
 
By using this website you agree to the Terms of Use.
Copyright © Stoker Risk & ICT (Pty) Ltd 2004 - 2017.
All Rights Reserved.
Icon

Advertise

  Icon

eZine

  Icon

Contact IG

Icon

Media Pack

  Icon

RSS Feeds